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. theresa garcia is on the scene and will be joining us live with more on this breaking story in just a few minutes. we're also following developing news in san francisco where right now an intersection is closed as police investigate a nasty early morning accident that sent four people to the hospital. this happened at the intersection of chestnut. two cars collided and look at that, one of them flipped. all four people taken to the hospital are said to have serious injuries. no word on when that intersection will be open. frances will be keeping an eye on that. >> the latest on the deadly gas line explosion in san bruno. this morning officials plan to warn homeowners about fraudulent contractors who may try to scam those looking to rebuild. the city is putting a price tag so far on last week's disaster. private property sustained more than $31 million in damage. that includes 37 homes which were destroyed and another 19 which need major repairs. the disaster caused more than $6.5 million to public property including streets and sidewalks. the national transportation safety board expects t
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the day ahead. thank you for joining us this tuesday. >> we have powerful air conditioning in here and you're probably turning yours on as well. >> mike, how was today compared to yesterday? >> it will be a lot like yesterday, hot everywhere but the coast. in the east bay and also into the south bay. everybody else should be in the moderate category so no problem with ground-based ozone. those with air quality problems, elderly and respiratory problems and the young. could be records again. near 100 santa rosa, concord, fairfield, antioch, livermore, morgan hill. upper 90s san jose and also palo alto up to napa and san rafael. another scorcher. we'll show you that seven-day forecast and the cooling that's on the way. here's kristen and eric with more news. >> in the news, breaking news out of oakland where a six-year-old girl has been hit by gunfire while she was sleeping inside her home. it happened 2:45 this morning on east 16th street. it appears two to three gunmen opened fire on the home. the young girl was grazed. her mother was also asleep inside the house, was not hit. the girl was
filed claims for pg&e gift cards worth $2,000. police say he obtained one using his real name and another using an alias. he also got 11 hotel stays and a rental car. >> this morning the oakland police union is going public about its disagreement with the city about rehiring some of the 80 officers laid off in july. the oakland tribune reports more than 14 officers have retired or quit the police force since july. the department now has 682 officers. that's the fewest in 16 years. the police union says the city's budget has money for 696 officers but officials have refused to let the department hire anyone. the city administrator says it doesn't make sense to bring back the officers for a few months when it's likely they'll be laid off again on january 1st if a new parcel tax isn't approved in the november election. >> school board officials in alameda are allowing the community a chance to give opinions about a chance to close and consolidate nine schools over the next two years. the alameda unified school district is considering a consolidation proposal to create megaschools
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